#1
Okay I was looking at Yamaha Pacifica's, and I saw a Yamaha 112VM and a Yamaha 112V, but the 112VM was cheaper. I like the look of the 112VM better but I don't know if the lower price will effect the sound or not. What's the difference?

Here's the guitars:

112V: http://guitarguitar.co.uk/electric_guitars_detail.asp?stock=07090413411029

112VM: http://guitarguitar.co.uk/electric_guitars_detail.asp?stock=09090915014828
#2
the 11VM has a maple fretboard.
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#3
I'd get the 112V, as the other is out of stock.
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#4
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the 11VM has a maple fretboard.


On the website it say's they both have maple necks *confused*
#5
Quote by Kiery
On the website it say's they both have maple necks *confused*


The 112V has a maple neck but rosewood fretboard.

The 112VM has a maple neck and maple fretboard.

The fretboard is the bit that the frets are attached to, which in turn is attached to the neck.
#6
Quote by Kiery
On the website it say's they both have maple necks *confused*

that's the main wood in the construction, but the fret board tends to be a different material, the main differences between the 2 are the colour of the hardware, pickguard, body, and different fret board material
#7
Quote by Kiery
On the website it say's they both have maple necks *confused*

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the 11VM has a maple fretboard.

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a maple fretboard.

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maple fretboard.

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fretboard


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#8
Quote by mishax92
The 112V has a maple neck but rosewood fretboard.

The 112VM has a maple neck and maple fretboard.

The fretboard is the bit that the frets are attached to, which in turn is attached to the neck.


Whoops. read it wrong. It says they both have maple necks AND rosewood fretboards.

Its wrong then?
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I LOL'd, but that was just mean. meanie.
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that's the main wood in the construction, but the fret board tends to be a different material, the main differences between the 2 are the colour of the hardware, pickguard, body, and different fret board material


I like the different colours, but I'm guessing maple isn't the best type of wood for a fretboard. but it does say on the website they both have rosewood fretboards. LIARS.
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P.S. Get the 112VM


I'm tempted to, cos it's so SEXY, but Maple fretboard? I don't know if thats good or not
#14
Quote by Kiery
I like the different colours, but I'm guessing maple isn't the best type of wood for a fretboard. but it does say on the website they both have rosewood fretboards. LIARS.


Maple is a perfectly good wood for fretboards! Otherwise, why would they bother?

I personally find maples to feel a bit softer, and occasionally on thick varnished fretboards a little sticky almost when on stage, with lights beaming down on the guitar etc. However, when finished well, maples can feel incredibly sexy. If you get a chance, try before you buy.
#15
Quote by mishax92
Maple is a perfectly good wood for fretboards! Otherwise, why would they bother?

I personally find maples to feel a bit softer, and occasionally on thick varnished fretboards a little sticky almost when on stage, with lights beaming down on the guitar etc. However, when finished well, maples can feel incredibly sexy. If you get a chance, try before you buy.


You may have convinced me won't be getting it for a few months so I may as well try it out
#16
Quote by Kiery
I'm tempted to, cos it's so SEXY, but Maple fretboard? I don't know if thats good or not


Both have good and bad points, try before you buy and if you can't, go for the better looking one as the difference in fretboard wood isn't that important IMO.
#17
Quote by kacper_j
Both have good and bad points, try before you buy and if you can't, go for the better looking one as the difference in fretboard wood isn't that important IMO.


Better looking and cheaper I will have to try it out first I think if i get the chance